This is a case study of a semester long data information literacy program employing an embedded librarian approach to teach students competencies in describing, organizing and documenting their work in developing software code. Materials include a book chapter describing the case study, a rubric for evaluating software code and its accompanying documentation, a handout to introduce the program to teaching assistants, a lesson plan for a skills session on documenting software code, and a list of possible activities to encourage good practice in describing and documenting code.
Carlson, Jake and Sapp Nelson, Megan R.
"Electrical and Computer Engineering/ Undergraduates/ Carlson & SappNelson/ Purdue University/ 2012,"
Data Information Literacy Case Study Directory: Vol. 1
, Article 1.
Available at: https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/dilcs/vol1/iss1/1
Apendix A: Rubrics for Evaluating Software Coe and Documentation Produced in the Purdue University EPICS Program
AppendixB_Teaching_Assistants_Intro2DILproject_EPICS_Purdue_Carlson_Sapp_Nelson_Fall2012.docx (22 kB)
Apendix B: Handout to Graduate Teaching Assistants in EPICS Introducing the DIL Project